Jonrose11 did a fantastic job discovering our needs and implementing the perfect design we were looking for. They listened to our feedback and implemented it quickly. The logo came out great and we love it!
- Dan The Marketer
Lazars is such a talented designer. I am really delighted with my new logo. His work was very different from the other designs I received which demonstrated that he really studied the brief and applied his creativity to capture the vision for the brand. In addition, I have been so happy with his communication and responsiveness. This was a great experience - thank you!
- Sandeep Roy
Sandeep is creative, thoughtful, and detail-oriented. I am so happy with my logo and look forward to working together in the future!
Great designer to work with!
How richielort started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Wolverine Airsoft (WA)
What’s your company slogan?
"Performance Optimized" (would like to see some concepts with, and some without the slogan incorporated)
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a design and manufacturing firm in the Airsoft (military simulation) industry. We produce a product that fits inside an existing airsoft gun and converts the gun to run on High Pressure Air (HPA) instead of electricity. Our product runs $350-$500, so we are targeting the upper end of the market, primarily males in the 15-30 year-old age group.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Games & Recreational
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
We like the combined "W" and "A" shown in the logo above, and would be interested in some variations of this. We're leaning toward blocky, metallic, military-style text that conveys high tech, performance, and straight-up awesome. Emphasize symbols/initials instead of full words to cut down on text (maybe include either "Wolverine Airsoft" or "Performance Optimized" in small text size).
Wolverine is a reference to Red Dawn, but that doesn't necessarily have to be tied in.